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The reproduction, transformation, distribution, public communication, making available to the public and, in general, any other form of exploitation, partial or total, of the elements referred to in the previous section are prohibited. These acts of exploitation may only be carried out by virtue of the express written authorization of the Rey Juan Carlos University and which, in any case, must make explicit reference to the ownership of the aforementioned intellectual property rights of the Rey Juan Carlos University. In no case may any protection devices or security systems that may be installed be removed, altered, eluded or manipulated.
The Rey Juan Carlos University declares its respect for the intellectual and industrial property rights of third parties; Therefore, if you consider that this site may be violating your rights, please contact Rey Juan Carlos University.
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The Rey Juan Carlos University will make the necessary efforts to avoid errors and, where appropriate, repair or update them as soon as possible, not being able to guarantee their non-existence or that the content of the information is permanently updated.
The Rey Juan Carlos University reserves the right to update, modify or eliminate the information contained in its Web pages, so it may, at any time and without prior notice, modify and update the information contained in its Portal or in your setup or presentation.
The information provided through the Portal, in response to the consultation of files or derived from any database is merely indicative and in no case may be binding for the resolution of administrative procedures, which will be subject exclusively to the regulations that be applicable to them.
The URJC is not responsible for the veracity of the information that is not of its own elaboration and for which another source is indicated, for which reason it does not assume any responsibility for hypothetical damages that may arise from the use of said information.
The Portal may include links to third-party website pages ("links"), most of them to Internet pages of other Public Administrations, which have been considered of interest to users. However, the Rey Juan Carlos University does not assume any responsibility derived from the connection or content of third-party links referred to in the Portal.
The URJC reserves the right to withdraw all those comments and contributions that violate respect for the dignity of the person, that are discriminatory, xenophobic, racist, pornographic, that attempt against youth or childhood, public order or security or that, in his opinion, are not suitable for publication. In any case, the URJC will not be responsible for the opinions expressed by users through forums, chats, or other participation tools.
The information provided by the user through the Portal will be clear, understandable, specific, complete and appropriate to the information requested. It is up to the user to update their own data, Rey Juan Carlos University will not be responsible for its inaccuracy if the User does not communicate the changes that may have occurred.
The Rey Juan Carlos University is responsible for the integrity, veracity and updating of the information and services that can be accessed through the Electronic Headquarters, which will function under the principles of transparency, publicity, responsibility, quality, security, availability, accessibility. , neutrality and interoperability.
The Rey Juan Carlos University undertakes to keep the maximum reserve and confidentiality of the information provided and to use it only for the purposes indicated in the terms of the current applicable regulations.
Privacy and Data Protection
The URJC complies with the obligations derived from Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of April 27, 2016 regarding the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and the free circulation of these data. , Organic Law 3/2018, of December 5, on the protection of personal data and guarantee of digital rights and other data protection regulations.
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The URJC complies with the obligations derived from Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of April 27, 2016 regarding the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and the free circulation of these data. (hereinafter RGPD), Organic Law 3/2018, of December 5, on the protection of personal data and guarantee of digital rights and other data protection regulations.
The URJC is especially aware of the protection of the personal data of the users of the services that are accessed through its website, as well as through its electronic headquarters.
In addition, the URJC has a Record of Treatment Activities published on its website where all the personal data processing carried out is recorded, in an updated manner, and where all the specific information related to each treatment that is carried out is specified.
Rey Juan Carlos University reserves the right to modify this policy to adapt it to new legislation or jurisprudence.
Responsible for the treatment
Name of the person in charge: REY JUAN CARLOS UNIVERSITY
Address: c/ Tulipán S/N, 28933, Móstoles –Madrid-.
Purpose of the processing of personal data
The purpose for which the URJC treats personal data will depend on each treatment. The specific processing of personal data that is carried out at the University, and its purposes are specified in the Record of Treatment Activities, which is constantly updated.
For information purposes, some of the purposes for which the URJC processes personal data are highlighted here:
- Management and organization of university teaching and carrying out the procedures and functions related to the above, established by Organic Law 6/2001, of December 21, on Universities and the URJC Statutes established by Organic Law 2/2023, of March 22, of the University System and the Statutes of the URJC.
- Management of labor and professional relations with URJC staff, as well as management of job applications and job selection processes.
- Management of contracts, agreements and other legal instruments that relate the University with third parties outside of it.
- Management of applications and internships as interns of various categories, as determined by the applicable regulations.
- Management of security tasks and access control to the Institution building.
- Management of university extension activities.
- Management of approval files and processing of research projects and activities.
- Management of image data related to participation in events organized by the University.
Bases of legitimacy of data processing
The URJC treats the personal data of users in a lawful and transparent manner and in accordance with the bases of legitimacy established in article 6 RGPD.
Such bases, of which due information will be provided in each case to the users, are mainly:
- The satisfaction of the educational public interest and the provision of the corresponding public service by the University
- Compliance with legal obligations.
- The conclusion and execution of contracts and the fulfillment of pre-contractual obligations.
- The consent of the interested parties.
- The legitimate interest pursued by the URJC in specific matters.
The specific legal bases of each treatment of personal data that is carried out in the University, are specified in the Record of Treatment Activities, which is constantly updated.
Personal data will be kept for the periods necessary to satisfy the intended purposes and, in all, in compliance with legal requirements and that are specified for each treatment in the Record of Treatment Activities of the URJC.
All this, without prejudice to the blocking of the aforementioned data, when so determined by law.
Communications of personal data
The personal data processed by the University may be transferred, among others, in the following cases:
- to the competent Public Administrations by reason of educational management.
- to financial entities in relation to the management of payments and collections derived from relations with staff, students, suppliers and other interested parties.
- to the bodies of the Social Security Administration, the tax administration and the Judges and Courts.
- to external entities that carry out university extension work - cultural, sports, among other purposes - for the University.
The specific assignments that can be carried out are specified for each treatment in the Record of Treatment Activities of the URJC.
Rights of the interested parties
The interested party can exercise their rights of access, rectification, deletion, limitation of treatment, data portability and opposition before the Rey Juan Carlos University.
To do this, you must submit a request addressed to the Rey Juan Carlos University, c/ Tulipán S/N, 28933, Móstoles –Madrid, in writing, at the University Registries, or through the electronic headquarters of the URJC. In addition, you may request information on the exercise of your rights from the Data Protection Delegate at the address
In order to facilitate the exercise of their rights, the interested party may use the forms provided for this purpose. here.
Likewise, the interested party has the right to file a claim with the Spanish Data Protection Agency, if they understand that they have not been adequately attended to in the exercise of such rights. To this end, the interested party has the forms, means and resources enabled by the AEPD in its web page.
Seguridad de los datos
The URJC applies the appropriate technical and organizational security measures to guarantee the level of security required by the risk that the processing may entail and has an Information Security Policy for this purpose.
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